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Women in ancient Egypt had some special rights other women did not have in other comparable societies. They could own property and were legally at court, equal to men. However, Ancient Egypt was a society dominated by men.

Women could not have important positions in administration and were also excluded from ruling the country although there are some significant exceptions. Women at the royal court gained their position by the relationship to a male king. Most women belonged to the peasantry, and worked alongside their husbands doing agricultural work. Women were known to manage farms or businesses in the absence of their husbands or sons.

Among the upper classes of society, a woman usually did not work outside the home, and instead supervised the servants of the household and her children's education. An exception is the textile industry. Here women are well attested as weavers.

A letter found at Lahun and dating around BC names six female weavers. In the Old Kingdom wealthy women often owned an own household. There were working men and women side by side and it is not uncommon to find in the stuff of a women's household other women with administrative titles. Especially in tombs scenes of the periods, men are often served by men, while women are served by women.

Here a separation of sexes is visible. Women belonging to families wealthy enough to hire nannies to help with childcare frequently worked as perfume-makers, and also were employed in courts and temples, as acrobats, dancers, singers, and musicians, which were all considered respectable pursuits for upper-class women.

Women belonging to any class could work as professional mourners or musicians, and these were common jobs. Noblewomen could be members of the priesthood connected to either a god or goddess. There is much evidence of complex beliefs and practices in ancient Egypt related to the important role fertility played in society.

If a woman was not fertile, her husband could potentially divorce her for not producing heirs. Religious beliefs included rules concerning purification, similar to other religions in the region.

Women in Egypt were believed to be eliminating impure elements during menstruation , and were excused from work and could not enter the restricted rooms of temples while menstruating. Fertility rituals were used by couples desiring children. Contraception was permitted as well, and medical texts survive that refer to many contraceptive formulas although the ingredients are often now difficult to identify. Some formulas, such as drinks made of celery base and beer, are dubious, but others show a basic knowledge of somewhat effective methods, such as a spermicide made of fermented acacia gum, which produces a sperm-killing lactic acid.

Once pregnant, the uterus was placed under the protection of a specific goddess, Tenenet. Ritual medical care was given by anointing the woman's body with beneficial oils, using a small bottle in the form of a woman posed with her hands placed on a round belly.

There was a way in the Egyptian society for families who wanted to know the sex of their baby, which spread to Greece, Byzantium, and then to Europe, where it was practiced for centuries without anyone realizing its origins in ancient Egypt. It involves placing grains of barley and wheat in a cloth sachet and soaking them in the pregnant woman's urine; if barley sprouted first, the baby was said to be a boy, and if the wheat sprouted first, the baby was said to be a girl.

In ancient Egypt, the word for barley was the synonym of "father". When it was time for childbirth, the pregnant woman was assisted by midwives. She would be shaved, including her head. The midwives would support the woman during labor while she remained in a squatting position on a mat. On the corners of the mat were placed four bricks, believed to be the incarnation of four goddesses: Nut , the great goddess of the sky; Tefnut , the elder, the feminine polarity of the first couple; Aset the beautiful; and Nebet Hut , the excellent.

Few ancient civilizations enabled women to achieve important social positions. The same is true for ancient Egypt. There are only very few examples of women as high officials. Only very few women made it into the highest office, that of Pharaoh. One example of a woman in a high state position is Nebet who became vizier at in the Sixth Dynasty.

The vizier was the highest state official, only second to the king. Egyptian society of antiquity, like many other civilizations of the time, used religion as a foundation for society. This was how the throne of the power of the Pharaohs was justified, as anointed by the gods, and the holder of the throne had a divine right. Typically, in ancient societies power was transferred from one male to the next. Women gave birth to the heirs, signaling importance towards marriage, as well.

The son inherited the power, and in cases where the king did not have a son, the throne was then inherited by the male members of the family further removed from the king, such as cousins or uncles. But even if the monarch had daughters, they could not gain power. In Egyptian civilization, this obligation of passing power to a male successor was not without exceptions. Royal blood, a factor determined by divine legitimacy, was the unique criteria for access to the throne.

However, the divine essence was transmitted to the royal spouse, as was the case with Nefertiti , wife of Akhenaton. Egyptians preferred to be governed by a woman with royal blood being divine according to mythology rather than by a man who did not have royal blood. Also, during crises of succession, there were women who took power. When this happened, the female Pharaoh adopted all of the masculine symbols of the throne. There even exist doubts, in some instances, about the sex of certain Pharaohs who could have been women.

During the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt , when Amenhotep I died, his successor Thutmose I appears to have not been his son, at least he was not the child of a secondary wife of the late Pharaoh; if his wife Ahmes was related to Amenhotep I, this union permitted divine legitimacy.

For the following successor, princess Hatshepsut , daughter of Thutmose I and the Great Royal Wife, enabled Thutmose II, son of his second wife and therefore half-brother of the princess, to gain the throne by marrying him. It became more common for women to gain the throne in ancient Egypt. When Hatshepsut inherited the throne from her late husband and became Pharaoh, her daughter Neferure took on a role that exceeded the normal duties of a royal princess, acquiring a more queenly role.

Elsewhere in the New Kingdom , the Great Wife was often invested with a divine role: Hatshepsut was the first Great wife of Thutmose II to receive this latter title. For women holding office in the highest levels of the bureaucracy, one can cite Nebet, a Vizir in ancient Egypt during the Sixth dynasty of Egypt.

It is necessary to recognize that a woman at such a high level of authority remained extremely rare and it was not until the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt that a similar situation can be found. Women did, however, occupy numerous offices such as scribe in the bureaucracy, except during the New Kingdom , where all public bureaucracy posts were filled by men.

There was also the Divine Adoratrice of Amun , granted major spiritual power, but also a power restricted to Thebes. Certainly, the literature of ancient Egypt did not hesitate to present women as frivolous, capricious, and rarely trustworthy. But despite this, women benefitted from a status that was rare in the civilizations of the time. While the painters and sculptors gave to women a serene image as part of a happy family, the writers were not tender, and they portrayed women as being the origin of misfortune and guilty of many sins where one can see a form of the myth of Eve and the apple, or Pandora.

As Gaston Maspero describes in Contes populaires Popular Tales , there was the fatal misadventure of Bytaou, the humble farmhand at the home of his brother Anoupou. Seduced by the wife of his brother, he succumbs to the charm of her beauty. She does not hesitate to denounce him to Anoupou, lying and never ceasing until she obtains the ultimate punishment for Bytaou at the hands of Anoupou.

But she is punished in turn; Anoupou discovers much later that he has been played for a fool by his wife, who he kills, and throws her body to the dogs. It is important not to interpret this incorrectly: The Pharaoh was often given the same treatment by storytellers who presented the Pharaoh as a stubborn and whimsical character. Men were invited to cherish their wives. Ptahhotep Third dynasty of Egypt expressed this in the following maxim written in the Papyrus Prisse: I took you for my wife when I was a young man.

I was with you. Then I conquered all ranks, but I never abandoned you. I have never made your heart suffer. Here is what I have done when I was a young man and I exercised all the high functions of Pharoah, Life, Health, Strength, I never abandoned you, saying to the contrary: Egyptian women were seldom depicted as ageing and wrinkled; there were standards to be met.

The women were shown as slender and beautiful, partly so that they could take on that frame in the afterlife. Egyptian art was far from realistic. It shows how much the ancient Egyptians cared about how they were perceived. There were hardly any images of pregnant women or women's bodies after giving birth. The man, however, could be shown as athletic and engaging or old and experienced. These idealistic depictions would reflect the targeted image, such as the physically able king, or the tired king who works day and night for his people.

People were depicted at the peak of their beauty and youth, in an attempt to remain so forever. However, in the Third Intermediate Period , we see a shifting in the artistic style representing women. A more rounded body type appeared, with larger, more drooping breasts and a thickened body. There was also a certain "type" to be followed. Women, and children, were represented with an artistic style that would link them to their husband or father. The most obvious example would be the Amarna Period.

Akhenaten 's Amarna Period hosted great changes in artistic style. However, the most distinctive part was how Nefertiti , his wife, and his kids were shown with the same body type as his, which was quite unique for that matter.

There are depictions showing Nefertiti with a body so similar to Akhenaten 's, that you couldn't tell which one of them it was; long chins, round waists, full buttocks, sunken cheekbones and full lips. But there are also other depictions showing Nefertiti completely different, with a feminine face and a slender shape.

After the Amarna Period , elite women were occasionally shown with fuller breasts. In the abundance of divinities in Egyptian mythology , there existed a large number of goddesses, as was also the case in Greece.

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The event was again celebrated in India in , and plans have been made to continue the celebration annually. In , a fashion magazine proposed 3 August as the International Men's day, corresponding to the International Women's day held on 8 March. Ever since then, the topic about "Men's Day" has been discussed every August on the Internet.

All men were invited to ride for free in the city's Ngong Ping Tung Chung cable cars for a round-trip on 19 November. The article reported on an online survey done by Shanghai Hotline asking "Do men need a holiday for themselves? The following states and cities have recognized International Men's Day: Twala unveiled a ten-year plan for International Men's Day, known as the "— International Men's Day Ten Year Plan" which will tackle, over a ten-year period, the key challenges of education, physical and mental health, violence, fatherhood, positive male role models, and real-life options which prevent boys and young men from maturing into purpose-driven, productive, and successful adults.

In , over 25 organisations held events across the UK — including two in the House of Commons. In , over 60 events were held. In England and the UK the event was inaugurated in by University of Kent students who celebrated International Men's Day the university campus on 19 November The Bishopden boy's were a Kent Union charitable group, located in Bishopden court, which raises money for various charities each year. Activities for IMD night included 7 a side football tournament, comedy acts and a live music festival, fronted by the student band "Jad".

There was a raffle, a guitar hero competition and an Xbox tournament to raise money. About 3, people attended with roughly equal numbers of males and females. In November the Brighton Men's Network organised an IMD conference event for the city of Brighton for professionals, experts and people interested in helping the city in improving services for men and boys.

Chair of the Men's Network Glen Poole stated that public sector bosses, the voluntary sector, business leaders and concerned individuals will come together and explore how to help all men and boys live more fulfilled lives and make a bigger contribution to the city, and concluded, "This event will be an important step towards getting people to agree on the actions we need to take and help us develop the world's first citywide strategy for men and boys that we aim to launch next year.

Activities included rides on a rodeo bull, a Gladiators-style event, an Indian head massage, and dressing up in sumo suits. Organisations Springboard, Nacro and Jobsmart attended to give information and advice on training opportunities. Discussions were conducted on the topic, "What is the purpose of International Men's Day?

Planned events to mark IMD at the University of York in were cancelled at the last minute by the University, after pressure from some staff, students, and alumni, [62] [63] who signed an open letter on 13 November. The event was attended by men from across the district and representatives from local statutory, voluntary and community organisations were organised to celebrate 19 November as International Men's Day. All men need to look after their health and take advantage of the services and help that is out there, as we all do.

But it is particularly good to see an event that looks at the barriers that young men may be facing and brings together people from all organisations across the district to look at what can be done to work together to make things better. Jerome stated, "The department for Social Development is delighted to support local initiatives that work with young men to highlight inequalities in health. IMD was inaugurated in Scotland in The focus of the event was to discuss the rationale for developing a national men's health policy in Scotland.

Davies stated, "I don't particularly object to the Welsh Government spending money on International Women's Day, but I would have thought that with its commitment to equality it would also be happy to recognise International Men's Day, which will be celebrated this Saturday.

The Adam Association organized a forum — Definition of a Man- which identified various problems men face at home such as communication issues, and how to overcome them. The forum was open to the public for free and was held at the Darussalam mosque along Commonwealth Avenue West. Jointly organized by Adam Association and Ace the Place Community Club Management Committee, activities included a diaper-changing contest for fathers.

In the National Family Council launched the Singapore Dads for Life movement to support a man's role in co-parenting. As of 19 November Romania will officially celebrate the "national men's day". The law declaring 19 November as the national men's day was passed on 2 February by the Romanian parliament. Romania is the first country to officially recognize and celebrate this as a national day.

National women's day is also held on 8 March [74]. Before all men who had problems with their wives in Malta, be it Maltese or foreigners, could not leave the island while their case was still in court and so were imprisoned in Malta. As the February date is not celebrated by other participating countries and did not qualify as an internationally observed date, discussions were undertaken within the Maltese Association for Men's Rights, and on 17 January , the committee voted unanimously to shift their celebrations to 19 November to coincide with all the others around the world.

Clarence organized the event to promote gender balance and gender equity. The event included celebration of local culture, including dancing and forum discussions which highlighted men's achievements and contributions to the world. The event was held on 6 December , and involved a Men's March for peace and justice from taxi rank to the national men's rally venue which is Rabasotho hall in Thembisa township, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng.

Between three and five thousand men attended from all provinces of South Africa. Speakers in the event included the national government officials, national leadership of POMESA and NAPWA, and civil society, and included an Annual Men's Awards event to honour three outstanding men who have or and continue to contribute positively in the creation of peaceful and just society.

The occasion was marked by a formal event with speakers, and included a cerermony of donating of books to several schools in the Ablekuma sub-district in Accra. The event was chaired by George Odame, the advisory board chairman of Ghana Fatherhood Initiative Foundation, who encouraged all fathers to read to their children as part of responsible fatherhood.

The special guest of honour was Maxwell Mac. Ocloo who delivered a speech entitled 'Men — let us be instruments of positive influence' in which he encouraged men to lead by example. This event was aimed to promote men and boys as positive role models and to educate the community on the role of males and females in health, education, family life, violence and life choices.

The event included performances, games, and educational activities. Over youth and other community members came together to acknowledge the roles and responsibilities of men and boys in creating a brighter future for all Tanzanians. To celebrate the event in Morogoro, volunteers, along with partner organization Faraja Trust Fund, held a soccer tournament on with 8 local teams.

International Men's Day was inaugurated in Zimbabwe on 19 November He added the government and Zimbabweans needed to act immediately. A number of prominent persons attended and gave papers on the need to give the boy child assistance. There was drama and poetry from various groups and individual high school students in line with the theme of the celebrations, and the Zimbabwe Minister of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development, Olivia Muchena gave a key note address in which she said, "It is an occasion for men to celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular their contributions to community, family, marriage and child care while highlighting the discrimination against them International Men's Day is an opportunity for people everywhere of good will to appreciate and celebrate the men in their life and the contributions they make to society for the greater good of all hence it being important for us to celebrate this day equally as we did with The International Women's Day.

One of the International Men's Day themes promoted was to help foster youth to unlock their creative identities to allow them to share their gifts with peers, family and the community, and to be seen and heard for who they are and not how they are perceived. The primary event was a gala dinner titled "One moment for Change" to highlight men's potential and the increasing capabilities of men as innovators of society.

The dinner was held to raise funds to cover six months music tuition fees for a group of 20 children from the SOS Children's Village whom IMD ambassadors have adopted as part of a mentoring programme for children. Standard Chartered Bank sponsored the dinner, which included a range of iconic speakers who shared their experience and insights with the audience. Standard Chartered Bank Acting CEO Mr Michael Wiegand opened the event by sharing best practices that Standard Chartered Bank uses to address legitimate issues faced by male employees, including the fact that Standard Chartered Bank is the first company in Botswana to offer paternity leave which, he stated, made their male employees feel valued and that they were working for a 21st-century organization.

The District Commissioner in his closing remarks made an announcement that by end of December he was convening a meeting with men in the City where they will engage in dialogue on how they can collectively address the issues and challenges men and boys face.

The inaugural event was a success, with radio stations subsequently airing programmes that call for debate on men's issues since IMD. All the businesses and stakeholders involved gave a commitment to be part and parcel of the next IMD and we are already working on the strategy for Minister Meriton said, "The time has come for us to adopt a new approach, instead of reinforcing negative stereotyping of males behaving badly, e.

Such negative images are frequently used in an attempt to shame males into behaving more positively. In conclusion he stated that "International Men's Day calls for and promotes positive masculinity which we in Seychelles can strongly identify with as it forms part of the social renaissance campaign launched at the beginning of the year by President James Michel. The show was hosted by Tom Dunne and was Ireland's first ever observation of the event. Topics included discussion of how 'Men Sheds' contribute to improving men's health, and of their popularity in Ireland.

Children were invited to offer poems or stories about their fathers, grandfathers, uncles or big brothers which were put on display all week to show the men in families know how important they are to others.

For activities the NSC held strength tests and health advice; The Children's Centre loaned out their interactive babies and some parenting information and Will Sutton attended as the 'Positive' male role model for the day.

The beauty therapy department offered their time to pamper the boys with Indian head massages and face mapping, and there were also 3 students who volunteered to have their chest waxed to raise money for charity. On 19 November a total of men took part in the all-male class led by Dave Smythe at the National Sports Centre in Douglas, which set the new world record for the Largest male yoga class, according to the World Record Academy.

On 19 November , directors of the Vancouver Manology Program held an all day event to mark the beginning of the Vancouver Men's Centre. As a feature of this event organizers announced their official endorsement of International Men's Day and held forums introducing attendees to the history, goals and values of the international event, including discussions toward planning larger IMD events in Entertainment and various speakers were included.

On 1 July , the Men's Resource Centre MRC officially became a program of The Laurel Centre, and staff and volunteers said they were pleased with the new partnership which will provide a solid foundation of leadership and expertise from which to grow and develop services for men in Manitoba. Men in Denmark formed a group which planned to hold their own International Men's Day celebration on 19 November He stated, "We want to take this opportunity to promote everyday ordinary men who live clean and honest lives and contribute positively to society.

In , the first international men's day was organized by a group of volunteers in cooperation with the Resource Centre for Men. The group also celebrated the first Children's Planet Award Gala and its focus on the Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted on 20 November The goal of the public media campaign was to raise awareness about the health of men and boys, with other goals being the promotion of gender equality through a dialogue and common marking of this date, and noting positive male role models using examples from different areas of society.

Aspects Of Health And Longevity". The panelists were Pasechnikov S. In France Discovery Channel launched a moustache-growing competition for International Men's Day, with prizes given to the winners on 19 November. The competition winners are decided by popular public vote. In November Giorgio Ceccarelli, law graduate and a practicing lawyer announced that International Men's Day was formally recognized in all Italian organisations to which he is President: On 19 November several activists also rallied outside the Colosseum as part of their IMD celebration.

Rights and Rights Founder Yousaf Jamal reported that around people attended, with many lawyers, educationists, social activists and representatives of Women's organizations attending the seminar. Special tributes were paid to prominent male role models. Jamal observed that in Pakistan over the last few years a lot of feminist organizations paint the whole male gender as cruel, and likewise in some prevailing laws there are discriminatory clauses against men, particularly in Family Law and Harassment in the Work Place Act.

Mr Jamal spoke of the importance of gender cooperation in tackling various problems faced by males and females and cautioned that we should avoid the "Each gender for itself" approach and instead promote better gender relationships. He proposed that all people should celebrate both Men's Day and Women's Day and asked everyone to join with Rights and Rights International for the elimination of Gender Based Discrimination. Cuba held its inaugural IMD observations on 19 November Othoniel Morffis Valera, director of the main institution hosting the event and cultural project coordinator Alley Ceiba, offered their reflections about observing the date for the second time, both in this city and in the capital Havana.

The day was celebrated with a public observation, speeches and TV interviews. In the keynote speech C. Roberts defined the purpose of International Men's Day as, "A global occasion to celebrate the positive contributions and variegated experience of being male.

On this day we celebrate men's and boys' strengths whilst taking time to acknowledge their vulnerabilities and their needs. International Men's Day was inaugurated in St. Kitts and Nevis on 19 November International Men's Day was observed on Friday and a few activities, such as a health fair, a church service and a panel discussion on general men's issues were organized by the ministry.

Rattan told WINN FM that it was their hope to use the opportunity to gather more information about the issues affecting men to guide their plan of action in the future. Miriam Foster, Acting Programme Coordinator of the Family Resource Centre said, "We feel it is important that boy's issues are highlighted and we give them an opportunity to express themselves.

On 19 November the Cayman Family Resource Centre FRC highlighted men's contribution to society, and asking them to make pledges for their futures. A short film was also shown to the public featuring local boys talking about serious issues that affect their lives. These events marked the fourth consecutive celebration of International Men's Day in Cayman.

In the St. Organizers disseminated information about the event and its objectives to media and within educational facilities. In the Government of St. Lucia held an IMD event at the auditorium of the Wellness Centre on the Millennium Highway where men of all ages were invited to attend. The event was geared at recognizing and celebrating the achievements of men and boys, and was titled "Appreciating Men's Leadership and Sacrifice for Family and Country.

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